Buying an apartment in South Tyrol

Whether you’re interested in a 2-room flat, granny flat, a luxury apartment, loft apartment or penthouse: we’ll help you find what you’re looking for.

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Flats currently for sale in South Tyrol

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Penthouse for sale 39031 Bruneck, Italy

Penthouse with large roof terrace
about 112 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39031 Bruneck, Italy

Nice apartment in a central, quiet location
about 146.2 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39039 Niederdorf, Italy

Great top floor apartment in a pleasant location
about 69.15 m2
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3 room apartment for sale Badia, South Tyrol, Italy

Elegant living in the middle of the nature of San Cassiano
about 90 m2
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Penthouse for sale 39031 Bruneck, Italy

Luxurious living in a central location
about 238 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39035 Welsberg-Taisten, Italy

Stylish apartment in the attic in a beautiful location in Alta Pusteria near the lake Braies
about 77 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39035 Welsberg-Taisten, Italy

Cozy apartment in the mountain landscape of Hochpustertal
about 70 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39038 San Candido, Italy

Apartment directly in the pedestrian zone San Candido
about 95 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39038 San Candido, Italy

Top floor apartment - ideal holiday apartment, second home or home
about 85.7 m2
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6-room apartment for sale 39012 Merano, Italy

Spacious 6-room apartment for sale in Meran near the center
about 168 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39011 Lana, Italy

Bright 4 room apartment with a large terrace in Lana
about 170 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39021 Latsch, Italy

Newly renovated two-room apartment in a historic building
about 67 m2
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Finding the right condominium

Owning a condominium can be an important component of personal financial security. Whether it’s the realisation of a lifestyle dream or part of a secure retirement plan.

Buying a condominium as an investment property

Whether it’s for capital investment or personal retirement, residential property should be evaluated in terms of its rentability. When buying a flat, its cost, size, state of repair, location and potential as an investment should be carefully evaluated.

Buying property as a home

When it’s for personal use, the size, layout and type of flat being purchased should fit one’s personal needs and desires. After all, the idea is to choose a personal living space where one feels most at ease. When buying a first home, young couples also need to take family planning into account. In recent years, the choice of energy supply has become an increasingly important factor, which can strongly impact on fixed monthly costs.

Financing a purchased property

When estimating the anticipated monthly charges, the size of the instalments, monthly interest rates and depreciation are likely to affect one’s choice. If the percentage of loan capital is too large, it could place an excessive burden on one’s budget.

Sound financing must always take one’s capital reserves into consideration in respect of maintenance and repair costs, as well as possible future renovations.

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